Maya Sapir is ready for the Epiphany art festival. Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News
Maya Sapir is ready for the Epiphany art festival. Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News John Gass

Epiphany Art Festival to hit the Regent tonight

THE REGENT Cinema in Murwillumbah will be full of art on Wednesday night, with the Epiphany art festival.

Epiphany Arts was a cultural community event which ran from 2004-2009 in Stokers Siding Hall.

The monthly event saw over 100 people gather to eat and watch high-quality acts of dance, poetry and more. 

This, Ms Sapir said, would be the resurrection of Epiphany.

"The night will be an explosion of creativity," she said.

"This night will be an interactive performative art in it's most authentic sense."

Ms Sapir said the collaboration of artists, musicians, dancers youth and film would make for a night to be remembered.

The Epiphany Resurrection will begin at 7.30pm, Wednesday December 10. 

Tickets can be bought online through  www.trybooking.com/113813 or at the cinema. 



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